Madame Pompadour 2015 by Leo Fall

Directed by Amy Hutchison- Conducted by Anthony Barrese- Choreographed by Sarah Stewart Schumann- Set design by Andrew Hildner-Lighting design by Erik Barry

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Directed by Amy Hutchison
Conducted by Anthony Barrese

This comic gem tell the fictitious story of Madame Pompadour, mistress of King Louis the XV, and her love affair with a dashing nobleman.  Add a rebellious poet, a jilted wife, two bumbling policemen and the King himself, and the pair are soon caught up in a royal mess that only the clever Madame Pompadour can unravel. Don’t miss the Chicago premiere of one of the greatest operettas ever written!

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